Morena me llaman Anonymous Sephardic
Avrix me galanica Anonymous Sephardic
La Spagna Anonymous 15th c.
Recercada La Spagna (Trattado de Glosas, 1553) Diego Ortiz
Danza Alta (Cancionero de Palacio, ca.1505) Francisco de la Torre
¿Qu’es de ti, desconsolado? (Cancionero de Palacio) Juan del Encina (1468-1529)
Levanta, Pascual (Cancionero de Palacio) Encina
Ora baila tú (Cancionero de Palacio) Anonymous
Calabaça, No sé, buen amor (Cancionero de Palacio) Anonymous
TAPESTRY with Medieval Strings
Three Weddings and a Funeral
Celebratory Music of Guillaume Du Fay (1397-1474)
and his Contemporaries
Sunday, February 11, 2007 at 4pm
Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman (at Main)
NOTE *** NOTE *** NOTE
The original site for this concert has changed. The new site is Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman (at Main)
. The time and date (Sunday, February 11 at 4:00 pm) remain the same. See letter to subscribers
Houston Early Music will present the vocal ensemble Tapestry in Three Weddings and a Funeral, a program featuring secular and sacred music of Guillaume Du Fay, the most famous composer of late-Middle Age/early Renaissance. The Boston-based trio (Laurie Monahan, mezzo-soprano, Cristi Catt, soprano and Daniela Tosic, alto) will be joined by Medieval Strings (Shira Kammen and Dana Maiben, medieval fiddles and Grant Herreid, tenor and lute). The performance will be at 4:00 p.m., Sunday, February 11 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman (at Main).
FLANDERS RECORDER QUARTET, with SUSAN HAMILTON, soprano
The Darke is My Delight — English Music from the Reign of Elizabeth I
Monday, November 6, 2006 at 8pm
Trinity Episcopal Church
1015 Holman (at Main)
Preconcert talk at 7pm?Kate Pogue, Houston actor, playwright, producer, director and author of Shakespeare’s Friends.
Houston Early Music will present Flanders Recorder Quartet with soprano Susan Hamilton in a concert of seventeenth-century English music from the reign of Elizabeth I. Playing recorders from their collection of 150 instruments, the Belgian ensemble will perform compositions by Byrd, Morley, Dowland and Ferrabasco with texts by Shakespeare and Ben Jonson. The performance will be at 8:00 p.m., Monday, November 6 at Trinity Episcopal Church, 1015 Holman (at Main).